Tomee Elizabeth Sojourner-Campbell, M.A., LLM (C) Osgoode Hall Law School. Tomee is a researcher and Principal Consultant at Sojourner Mediation and Consulting Services. Tomee has a book chapter, "Damaged Goods: A Critical Perspective on Consumer Racial Profiling in Ontario's Retail Environments" being published in Racial Profiling and HumanRights in Canada: The New Legal Landscape - forthcoming book by Irwin Law Inc. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
I note that my optimism is sprinkled with over 20 years of professional knowledge about how "well intended" training can miss the mark.
I am looking for a light at the end of the aisle. This light is where consumer racial profiling is no longer part of the daily shopping experiences of many racialized and Indigenous consumers in Ontario. Each CRP story ends with the targeted person describing feeling left stripped of their dignity, humiliated, embarrassed, fearful and vulnerable.
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